1. The past decade has seen a dramatic rise in the levels of obesity, heart disease and cancer in children and adults because of decreased physical activity. These problems are exacerbated by limited access to parks and safe sidewalks and a lack of public safety in many communities. Cities now look to planners to assist in addressing this public health challenge. In this city forum, planners and public health professionals from The University of Texas, the City of Austin and the Austin community will discuss how planning interventions can improve public health in cities.

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    Harold W. Kohl
    Harold Kohl is professor of Epidemiology and Kinesiology at The University of Texas Health Science Center – Houston; the School of Public Health, Austin Regional Campus; and the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education at The University of Texas Austin. He is also the founder and Director of The University of Texas Physical Activity Epidemiology Program.

    Carol Haywood
    Carol Haywood is the manager of Neighborhood Planning in the Planning and Development Review Department, City of Austin.

    Ann Kitchen
    Ann Kitchen is an attorney and former healthcare consultant, state agency official and social worker with expertise in Medicare, Medicaid, CHIP, and other state and local programs for uninsured and underinsured individuals.

    City Forum is an urban issues speaker series hosted by the Community and Regional Planning Student Organization and the School of Architecture's Community and Regional Planning Program. More information can be found at soa.utexas.edu/crp/cityforum/

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  2. Join the Healthcare Association of Hawaii in honoring an unsung hero who helped you. Tell us about the ER worker who saved your keiki's life, or the Hospice worker that eased your grandmother's distress, or the physical therapist that helped you heal after your accident. Nominate your hero at http://HAH.org/Heroes and say mahalo to your Hawaii Healthcare Hero.

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  3. Video for Premier Healthcare describing the company and its efforts within the healthcare sector.

    Role - lead design, compositing
    Studio - Limerick Studios
    Done for : Wray Ward

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  4. Tell us what the world needs more of on twitter: #theworldneedsmore #yourword

    19 August is World Humanitarian Day and the beginning of a month-long project that turns words into aid. Share a word and use your voice to help millions of people worldwide affected by disasters.

    Visit worldhumanitarianday.org/ for more information.

    Twitter: http://twitter.com/UN_WHD

    Facebook: http://facebook.com/UNOCHA

    Instagram: http://instagram.com/undp_

    "Run Boy Run"
    Performed by Woodkid
    (p) 2012 Green United Music

    André Gidoin. Art Director.
    My portfolio: http://www.andregidoin.com

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  5. Swedish Healthcare
    A spot by PSYOP

    Directed by Mate Steinforth
    3D by Chris Bach (Lead), Todd Akita, Andreas Gebhardt, Boris, Ustev, Chris Santoianni, Kitty Lin (modelling), Goo-Shun (modelling), Jeff Lopez (previz)
    Designed by Mate Steinforth, Kim Dulaney, Arisu Kashiwagi, Jaye Kim, J Bush
    Produced by Eve Strickman, Boo Wong (EP)
    Compositing by Doug Purver, Elliot Blanchard
    Storyboard by Ben Chan
    Music by Bix Sigurdsson

    via Stink London, Mungo (EP), Anna Smith for Garbergs Sweden with Simon Hernadi, Sebastian (CD), Rebecca

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